Steve Forbes

August 1994
Human Events;8/26/94, Vol. 50 Issue 33, p16
Profiles Malcolm S. (Steve) Forbes, president and editor-in-chief of `Forbes' magazine. Family history and growth of the magazine; Forbes' business strategies; Design of supply-side economic plan with Larry Kudlow; Award for economic forecasting; Forbes's activism.


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